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    Default Re: P43-ES3G Boot Loop Problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    • Performance Enhance = Turbo might be part of the problem, set to Standard.
    • MCH Core = Auto is probably part of the problem, especially with 4 memory modules.
    • DRAM Voltage = Auto might be a problem.

    Include links to each memory kit that shows detailed specifications.

    From step #4 in the linked to post:
    Include a screenshot that displays:
    Memset using the SPD and ">>" tabs
    cpu-z CPU and Mainboard screens (several instances can be run at the same time), include one SPD window for each memory kit
    **EasyTune6 --> TUNER tab --> ADVANCE tab --> VOLTAGE tab (only the Voltage tab is needed)
    CoreTemp screen [for your cpu's VID (Voltage ID)]

    **The ET6 screen-shot will show us which AUTO setting values are being used.

    Generate and attach a saved cpu-z report file using the About tab --> Save Report (.TXT) option

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    Default Re: P43-ES3G Boot Loop Problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    • Performance Enhance = Turbo might be part of the problem, set to Standard.
    • MCH Core = Auto is probably part of the problem, especially with 4 memory modules.
    • DRAM Voltage = Auto might be a problem.

    Include links to each memory kit that shows detailed specifications.

    From step #4 in the linked to post:
    Include a screenshot that displays:
    Memset using the SPD and ">>" tabs
    cpu-z CPU and Mainboard screens (several instances can be run at the same time), include one SPD window for each memory kit
    **EasyTune6 --> TUNER tab --> ADVANCE tab --> VOLTAGE tab (only the Voltage tab is needed)
    CoreTemp screen [for your cpu's VID (Voltage ID)]

    **The ET6 screen-shot will show us which AUTO setting values are being used.

    Generate and attach a saved cpu-z report file using the About tab --> Save Report (.TXT) option

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    Default Re: P43-ES3G Boot Loop Problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    • Performance Enhance = Turbo might be part of the problem, set to Standard.
    • MCH Core = Auto is probably part of the problem, especially with 4 memory modules.
    • DRAM Voltage = Auto might be a problem.

    Include links to each memory kit that shows detailed specifications.

    From step #4 in the linked to post:
    Include a screenshot that displays:
    Memset using the SPD and ">>" tabs
    cpu-z CPU and Mainboard screens (several instances can be run at the same time), include one SPD window for each memory kit
    **EasyTune6 --> TUNER tab --> ADVANCE tab --> VOLTAGE tab (only the Voltage tab is needed)
    CoreTemp screen [for your cpu's VID (Voltage ID)]

    **The ET6 screen-shot will show us which AUTO setting values are being used.

    Generate and attach a saved cpu-z report file using the About tab --> Save Report (.TXT) option

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    Default Re: P43-ES3G Boot Loop Problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    • Performance Enhance = Turbo might be part of the problem, set to Standard.
    • MCH Core = Auto is probably part of the problem, especially with 4 memory modules.
    • DRAM Voltage = Auto might be a problem.

    Include links to each memory kit that shows detailed specifications.

    From step #4 in the linked to post:
    Include a screenshot that displays:
    Memset using the SPD and ">>" tabs
    cpu-z CPU and Mainboard screens (several instances can be run at the same time), include one SPD window for each memory kit
    **EasyTune6 --> TUNER tab --> ADVANCE tab --> VOLTAGE tab (only the Voltage tab is needed)
    CoreTemp screen [for your cpu's VID (Voltage ID)]

    **The ET6 screen-shot will show us which AUTO setting values are being used.

    Generate and attach a saved cpu-z report file using the About tab --> Save Report (.TXT) option

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    Default Re: P43-ES3G Boot Loop Problems

    Try booting with only one memory kit for now, using memory slots #1 and #3.
    Set Performance = Standard for now. The turbo setting can be tried once your system is stable and doesn't have boot loops.
    Manually set tRFC = 52 with 4GB of memory.
    Manually set MCH Core = 1.22
    With 4GB of memory installed, MCH core might need 1.24, or possibly less than 1.20, you will have to see which works best.
    DRAM voltage might need to be set to 2.00 volts.

    Mixing different memory brands and models is iffy at best, and sometimes it won't work at all.
    The goal is to get rid of the boot loops and to run some stress tests to ensure that your system is stable.

    Nice job with the screen-shots.
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    Default Re: P43-ES3G Boot Loop Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Try booting with only one memory kit for now, using memory slots #1 and #3.
    Set Performance = Standard for now. The turbo setting can be tried once your system is stable and doesn't have boot loops.
    Manually set tRFC = 52 with 4GB of memory.
    Manually set MCH Core = 1.22
    With 4GB of memory installed, MCH core might need 1.24, or possibly less than 1.20, you will have to see which works best.
    DRAM voltage might need to be set to 2.00 volts.

    Mixing different memory brands and models is iffy at best, and sometimes it won't work at all.
    The goal is to get rid of the boot loops and to run some stress tests to ensure that your system is stable.

    Nice job with the screen-shots.
    Ok, I'll give that a try and let you know how it turns out.
    Thanks for all your assistance, it's much appreciated

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